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Week 6: Project Feedback


You've been writing some substantial feedback on people's blog stories over the past two weeks, and now you will be doing that for the projects. Especially now, as the projects are just getting started, your feedback is incredibly important. If something is not clear, if there are gaps to be filled, things that don't make sense, now is the time to let someone know! All of these projects are going to get better and better; just how much better depends a lot on the feedback that people receive to guide and inspire them.


GET READY: To get ready for this week, take a look back again at the Feedback Gallery that students created last year (you might remember this from back in Week 3). Those are feedback comments that previous students said were really useful: specific and detailed.


PROJECTS AT RANDOM. You will be commenting on THREE projects in your class this week, all from the randomizer. (Next week, when the project lists are more complete, you'll be choosing and using the randomizer both; this week, though, it's all random.)


Comments. Each comment needs to be 150 words long. If you take notes while you read and then write specific comments, you will not have any trouble writing 150 words. You can also share feedback on the website layout, design, anything that you think will be useful to the person as they continue to work on their project this semester.


RELOAD. Use the column for the class you are in: Myth-Folklore on the left; Indian Epics on the right. Reload as needed if you see the same person repeated, if you see yourself listed, etc.

  • Portfolios. There will be at least one story for you to read and comment on; if there are two stories there already, read both stories. Then, you can comment on one or both stories as you prefer.
  • Storybook. There will be an Introduction for you to read and comment on; if there is also a story, read both the Introduction and the story, and comment on both. (And if you get Robert's Storybook in Myth-Folklore, you can enjoy all the stories; it's a complete Storybook already!)


If you are in MYTH-FOLKLORE:   If you are in INDIAN EPICS:


Comment Wall. You will be leaving comments at the person's Comment Wall using the link provided (and you will also be getting feedback on your project at the Comment Wall at your blog).


Bookmark! When you read a project that you really like, bookmark it for future reference! You can then come back to it as your free choice later.


Word Count. There are all kinds of ways to do a word count; here's one possibility: Word Counter.


Declaration. Here is the Declaration you will complete. And if you want to explore someone's blog and leave more comments at their blog, you can do that as Extra Credit Blog Commenting. There's an extra credit blog commenting option available every week!



I followed the instructions to find THREE projects to read.

LENGTH. Each of my comments is at least 150 words long.





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